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The domestic use of oil among the southern aborigines


Published 1922]
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Includes bibliographical references


Publisher [Washington : American Anthropological Association
Pages 24
Possible copyright status NOT_IN_COPYRIGHT
Language English
Call number b5616519
Digitizing sponsor University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
Book contributor University Library, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
Collection ncna; unclibraries; americana

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Reviewer: MaureenKennedy - - June 11, 2008
Subject: Oil production of American Indians
This is an interesting short paper on the efforts of the American Indians to produce oil that was used for food, preparation of face paints and pottery paints, bodily health, polishing ornaments and weapons. Also mentioned was the method of salt production, as well as skin preparations. Very interesting to read of the very laborious methods used to produce these items and how they were used in everyday Indian life.
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